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Old Today, 11:28   #2421
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Come on, you should know why I'm always using 46.4 for Ver.Rev. Please remember the experimental check in Mike's WB 45.130/131, which did only test whether the revision of icon.library is 4 for his support of long filenames. Ok, I've fixed that in WB 45.132, but who knows , maybe some people are still using 45.130/131. You can always get the full string with "Version Libs:icon.library FILE FULL". or with Scout. And I'm using a build number by design to avoid wasting of too many revision numbers and to use "46.4" as a trade mark.
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Well, current version in icon.libraray is: "$VER:icon.library 46.4.488 (68020)" which is not exactly standard Should be "$VER: icon.library 46.xxxx <date> <comment>" (e.g. "$VER: icon.library 46.488 (18.07.2018) 46.4 (68020)"). Nothing "important" but I like following standards.
From shell the result will be (localized):

[8.Workbench:] version icon.library
icon.library 46.488
[8.Workbench:] version FILE FULL LIBS:icon.library
icon.library 46.488 (18-July-2018)
46.4 (68020)


and contain all needed info respecting standard. I know... I'm a picky guy… but why not following standards?

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Yes, the lack of date is what kinda breaks my routines with this library.
I think "$VER:icon.library 46.4 (18.07.2018) build 488 (68020)" is more like it, but hey... details
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Yep, just details of no real importance (Remember there should be a space after "$VER:" )
Keeping "$VER: icon.library 46.4 (18.07.2018) build 488 (68020)" would be a problem since versioning of next 46.4 build 489+ would be "the same version" for WB (46.4), see comment above about ver.rev (where rev = integer progressive number).
Maybe PeterK can use: "$VER: icon.library 46.488 (18.07.2018) build 46.4.488 (68020)" to make everybody happy:

[8.Workbench:] version icon.library
icon.library 46.488
[8.Workbench:] version FILE FULL LIBS:icon.library
icon.library 46.488 (18-July-2018)
build 46.4.488 (68020)

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Yes, but that is kinda the point here - this library is 46.4, it is not supposed to progress beyond that, it is supposed to one day end up in a 46.4 final - we are using _test versions_
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